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In this week’s lesson of Coffee Break Spanish, Mark and Kara talk about booking into hotels and asking for specific types of rooms.

Please note that lesson 22 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 122 of Coffee Break Spanish. We have renumbered the lessons of each season as lessons 1-40 to make things more simple for our listeners.

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    4 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 22 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • Bob Stanek

      Hi guys, I notice now you are stressing the Spanish and Latin America pronunciations more now. I worked with Spaniards overseas, and my neighborhood in Chicago is mostly Mexican, and me, not knowing spanish, I thought I heard completely different languages. So when my Spanish friends came to visit, I bet them they wouldn’t understand the Mexicans, but to my surprise, they understood each other perfectly. So it’s not a big deal, and I try to follow your Spain pronunciation and that works just fine with my neighbors. – Bob

    • flora

      this course is sooooo great,I am a student from China.the way you teach spanish is so vivid and keep me going with spanish.
      thank a mil!

    • Alan

      hello, was wondering why do you say “con cama de matrimonio” and not “con una cama de matrimonio”- with *a* double bed

    • james

      thank you

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